Getting Intimate with Colour with Linda Anderson (Jun)
June 8 & 9
Saturday & Sunday, 10:00 am to 4:00pm
Please register by June 1, 2019
Instructor: Linda Anderson
Create a Rolodex of watercolor or acrylic pigment interactions. Learn how to mix tones and tints to produce the desired value, warmth or coolness to accomplish the 3D affect on a 2D surface.
This is a serious play with either watercolor or acrylic paint on watercolor paper without the stress of creating a painting.
This image is a sample of the pages created in this color workshop starting with Monochromatic, Complementary, Split Complementary and Triad Color schemes. First learning to mix the different possibilities and then applying them on a simple still life….the one in the photos. This is a sample of a Monochromatic and a Triad scheme with warm and cool versions.
You will end the workshop with a much better understanding of your palette and all the variations to create mood, light, values and appreciation of subject.
This class builds on the knowledge learned in the February 2019 class in increase your knowledge, but is also welcome as an intro to people who did not take that class.
9×12” Watercolor art pad with 140lb paper would be ideal or any student quality watercolor paper
Watercolor or Acrylic paints: for sure the Primary colors: Phthalo Blue, Alizarin Crimson & Yellow light or lemon
Warm Blue: Ultramarine Blue and a Cool Blue: Cerulean
Warm Red: Quinacridone Red and Cool Red: Magenta
Secondary colors: Orange, Purple & Green Light
Any other colors you may have.
Brushes: 3/4” Angle , 3/8” angle and #2 round ( or any you are comfortable with)
Paper towels ….water containers.
Learn more about Linda Anderson
Workshop entrance on Wale Road
Parking beneath building